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The Silence of Our Friends by Mark Long
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Oct 14, 12

bookshelves: graphic-novels, for-review, multicultural, history, highly-recommended
Read on January 02, 2012

I majored in history education as an undergrad, so when I come across historical themed books, I can’t shake the part of me that says ‘This would be great in a classroom library, this could hook reluctant learners.’ See, that’s exactly what I thought when I finished The Silence Of Our Friends by Mark Long and Jim Demonakos with art by Nate Powell, a graphic novel detailing a neighborhood suburb of Houston, Texas rife with racial tension in 1968 after SNCC protests.

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01/02/2012 page 208
100.0% "Excellent. Loved different themes. And the art."

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